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IMO not yield me to low though ted caro?
That fret the spirit's wrestling with the throe,
or that large grief which shadow? all below.
The lorry mind will idealize Its love,
And If lc worsetp all too t ndly at
The shrine where H > e Iles burled. Faith
Well assured that no unworct>y homage
Manes there, win touch with ti' dy balm the
St richened heart, and purify ih - passion;
Till lt riso to that sublime affection
Which, In Christian hearts, swells In adoration
Or a love divine. Thine y u no comfort
Springs fron Love's Fidelity ? To brood forever
O'er the loved one lost, ever to fashion,
Both your thought and dead, and J <stlfv yoir
Love through hie, by dictates holy from the
Heart beloved. The Martyr's faith, without the
Christian's hope, the eros?, without the Crown
Love without HopeUve9 in-Fidelity.
G BAN T'S POLITICAL TACTICS.
Vow the Election was Conducted In
Laurens-Hunting Down ?he Conser?
vatives-United States Marshals and
[From the Laurensvllle Herald.]
The election for State and County officers
for this county, held on last Wednesday,
passed off quietly-no disturbance whatever.
We regret io say, however, that to our knowl?
edge there never was an election held under
greater disadvantages. Intimidation was the
watenword. The Radical Ring knowing, or
believing, that the Conservatives would put
candidates in the held for county offices, and
fearing this opposition, set their rascally wits
to work to carry the election at all hazards.
With this view, they first and foremost
brought deputy marshals to this place. In or?
der, we firmly believe, to Intimidate the peo?
ple. The said marshal s hung around for seve?
ral days in ali the "pomp and circumstance"
of their official position, until last Sunday
night, when three separate squads ol cavalry
were detailed, each under command of a dep?
uty marshal. They left tl'? place between
eleven and twelve o'clock, k/ i. g 1? different
directions. They scoured the country from
the time of starting till Monday noon, return?
ing with Biz Innocent and unsuspecting citi?
zens, whose names we publish elsewhere.
The midnight raiding had the effect these
scoundrels desired to a considerable extent,
though not so muoh so as they bad hoped,
The people were somewhat bewildered, but
they were satisfied as to the meaning of this
midnight raiding, coming, as lt did, just on
the eve ol the election, and they determined
to vote and risk the consequences; so they
did, though a great number, no doubt, were
deterred from voting from learn ol arrest So
much for the intimidation Boheme wbich we
designate as fraud Mo. 1.
Fraud No. 2 consists lo the commissioners
of election falling to provide a box at each
precinct with four separate and distinct apart?
ments, as the law plainly contemplates, which
reads th as:
"Each box for such precinct shall be la?
belled as follows: 'Congress,' State,' 'Circuit'
aod 'County Officers.' "
Instead of observing the law In the above
particular, the commissioners only provided a
single box, containing one single and general
receptacle, Into which all the votes were de
Ssited. This being the case, a number ot
naervative votes at Clinton, according to the
ruling ol the managers at that box, were lost,
winy voting the State ticket (Tomllnson's)
folded with the Conservative ticket for connty
officers. We learn that one hundred and
eighty of these tickets were thrown out at the
Clinton box alone, and we presume the same
will be or bas been done at other boxes.
Fraud No. 3 (perhaps the greatest of all)
was the failure to open the Lyons box. This
precinct was duly advertised in this paper,
and the managers appointed. The chairman
came as required, waa qualified, received the
box, and 1 rft this place on Tuesday night, yet
no box was opened. The voters ol that pre?
cinct were promptly at the polls, and waited
there until eleven o'clock. No manager ap?
peared, and or course the voters of that pre
clncjptere deprived of the privilege ol voting.
Now, Io our opinion, this failure to open the
polls at said precinct was an intentional fraud
perpetrated In order to throw out the whole
vote, which the Ring knew was largely Con?
servative. Not lees than three hundred votes
were lost to tie Conservative party by this
fal lure to open the polls at the Lyons precinct.
Fraud No. 4 consists in the voling of negroes
under age, and others voting "early and
often." This was undoubtedly done here.
This charge oin be substantiated, and will be
Cone. One negro was caught in the act ot re?
peating his vote at thie place. A number of
others voted here early in the morning, were
furnished conveyances, and sent off to Ham?
ilton's where they repeated. This, we learn
from reliable authority, can also be proven by
the record, and by respectable citizens. Wag?
on loads of negroes were sent from Clinton to
this place, and irom this place to Clinton, and
repeated their votes. Hence the large Radical
majority in this county.
Snowing, as every one must know, the nu?
merous, unheard ol and monstrous frauds
practiced lo the late eleotlon, we can't see how
any man, with a particle of conscience, could
quality and serve in the o ll ce tc wbloh he
may have been elected.
Wemtgut be in favor ol making an effort to
contest the eleotlon, were it not that we have
no hope of a favorable consideration; and so
far aa we are concerned, are disposed to give
op all hope of getting a fair election until the
laws and regulations are changed In regard to
voting, and we are again allowed registration;
and when the commissioners of election and
managers are not all candidates, and of the
same party, or as nearly so as eradicable, as ls
. now the oase.
A TALE OF THE SEA.
A Han Attempts Salolde by Starvation,
and Subsequently Throws Himself
into tn? Sea.
[From the Savannah Advertiser, October 22.]
A most singular case of endurance without
food, for an almost Incredible length of time,
occurred on board the English ship Colonist,
whioh arrived cit this port yesterday from
Liverpool. It appears, from the statement of
the captain, that a Swede named John Wat?
son shipped at Liverpool for the voyage.
Nothing of an extraordinary character was
observable in his appearance or conduct lor
some time. He discharged all the duties re?
quired of him with promptness, and seemed to
be getting along finely. After the ship had
been ont tor several days the Swede became
Invisible. A dlUlgent, but unsuccessful
search was made for him In every part ol the
ship. The first time be was actually missed
waa Oh the night of the 6th of September,
when fie was on watch. It was finally conclud?
ed that be bad Jumped or fallen overboard
during the night, and consequently no fur?
ther search was made. On the ?th ot Octo?
ber, as one ot the Bailors WBB down In the hold
ol the ship looking around for some purpose
or other, he suddenly came upon the missing
man, lying dose down upon the sacks of Bait,
of whioh the cargo ot the ship consisted, and
quite near a cask of fresh water. Here he
bad been for all that time-from the 6th of
September until the 4th ol October-twenty
eight days. What he had subsisted on white
there, or ll he had done entirely without lood,
does not appear. There was nothing on
board the-ehlp among the cargo in the shape
of food), and lt ls quite certain he did not go la
search ot any, else he would have been dis?
covered. The poor, unfortunate creature was
taken ont more dead than alive, and food
and water offered to him, but be refused
them. Everything that could be done tor his
comfort and to restore him to a strong and
healthy condition was attempted, but he
seemed perfectly Indifferent to all. As strict
a watch as possible was kept over him, but on
the seventh day arter he was taken from the
bold be seized the opportunity and threw
himself into the sea. Aa soon as he was dis?
covered a Hie preserver was thrown to the
drowning man, bat Instead o? attempting to
save himself by-means ol it he pushed lt from
him. The captain then ordered a boat to be
lowered and put out for him. This was Imme?
diately done, but before it reached him he
sank beneath the waves and passed like a
bubble irom sight and Into eternity. His
body was never seen again. There appeared
to be oo cause at all, at least so far as the un?
fortunate man's conduct and conversation were
concerned, noon which to base bis singular
and persistent efforts at self-destruction.
A WORD ON STRIKES.
To Old Friend P.-Hang it, Old P., let's ALL
strike. Wby not * It will equalize matters
generally. After a time, when we want
bread, beef and beer we can all begin de novo.
And when we do begin de novo, we'll settle
to be satisfied- with Necessaries, and we shall
be Every Man Iris own Butcher, Every Man
his own Baker, Every Man his own Washer?
woman, Every Man his own Bootmaker, ?a,
?a, Ao. Then gradually we shall work round
to a rational state. Britons, let's all strike.
ja the meantime I shall go and live In Russia.
Tours truly, SNOUT.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON, S. C., october 22, 1872.
To Commissioners of election for Union County.
Wbereaa Hen. H. W. DUN?AN, who, at a aene
ral election held october. 1870. waa chosen a mani'
ber or the Senate for the Eleotlon District of Ches?
ter County, to serve tor the term or fenr yearp,
oas, since said election, deceased; and wheres?
the Constitution of tbe state of Sooth Carmina di?
rects that in such case a Writ of Election shall be
leaned by the President of tue Senate, for the par
pose of niling the vacancy thus ocoasloned for the
remainder or tbe term for which the member so
deceased waa elected to serve; now therefore
you and each of you, are hereby required, after
due advertisement, and wltb strlot regard to all
the provisions of the Constitution s nd laws of
said State touching your duty in such case, to
hold an election for a member of the senate for
the Election District aforesaid, to serve f?r the re?
mainder o? the term for whloh the said Bon. H.
W DUNCAN wa9 elected, the polls to be onened
at the various places or election In the said Dis
trlot, on TrasoAT. the fifth day or November,
1872 by ?the various sets or managers Tor those
piacfs, and the counting or the votes cast, and
the declaration of the result of the election, to be
in accordance with the provisions of the act ap?
proved March, 1170. en>l?ed "An Acttoprov;de
for the General Elections, and the manner rt' con.
daming the same." and th* Act or ^amenda
ton thereor. This writ, together witha certified
cony of your return of election, to ie held under
lt. have before the Senate at its next meeting
Ot?ese, the BOO. A. J. RANSIER, President or
the senate, at Charleston. S. C.. thia 22d day or
October, 1872. ALONZO J. RAN8IER,
' President of Senate.
Atteat : J. WoonauTP, Clerk of Senate.
JgTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 22,1872.
To Commissioners of Elections for Chester \
wnereas, Hon. LUCIUS WIMBU8H, who at a
general election held October, 1870, was chosen a
member or the Senate for the election district of
Chester county, to serve for the tena et four
yeara, bas since said election deceased, an?
whereas, the Constitution of the State or Sooth
Carolina directs that in such oase a Writ or Elec?
tion shall be Issued by the President ot the Sen?
ate, for tue purpose of filling the vacancy thus
occasioned, for the remainder or the term for
which the member ao deceased waa elected to
serve; now, therefore, you and each of you are
hereby required, after due advertisement, ead
with strict regard to aU the provisions or tba Con?
stitution and lawB of said state, touching your
duty in such case, to hold an election for a mem?
ber or the Senate ror the Flection District afore
Bald, to serve tor ihe remainder of the term rnr
which the said Hon. Lucias wimbaah waa elected .
the polls to be opene t at the various pla es or
election, in the said district, on TUMBAY, the 6th
day of November, 1872, by the various sets of
Managers tor those places; and the counting or
the votes oast, and the declaration or the result
of the election to be In accordance with the pro?
visions of the Act approved March, 1870 enti led
"An Act to provide for the general elections and
the manner of conducting the same " and the Act
or 1872, amendatory thereor. This writ, together
with a certified copy of your return or election to
be helC uno er lt, nave beforo tbe Senate at Its
next meeting after the election.
Witness, t he Hon. A. J. RAN SI ER, President of
the Senate, at Charleston, thia 22d day of October,
1872. ALONZO J. R ANSI ER.
President or the Senate.
Attest: J. WooBBPrr, Clerk or Senate.
QI. rt ne.
CHARLESTON, NOV. IS ft 16.
UNDERSTAND THIS FULLY I
OLD "JOHN ROBINSON,"
THE VETERAN SHOWMAN OF AMERICA !
Respectfully announces to the public that bis
stupendous organization, consisting of
MUSEUM, AQUARIUM, MENAGERIE AND
Which, from its unrivalled proportions, has been
styled by the entire Press or America t he ?at
"World's Pair of Wonders,"
Will not, nnder any circumstances, visit the City
ot Charleston bet?re FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER 15 AND 16,
As has been heretofore announced In oar bills,
circulars and tbe papers ur the day. He desires
to state that the
GREAT SHOW OF THE AGE !
bas, in no Instance, been divided, and that under
all circumstances it shall remain complete and
Intact, represent lng In the Museum
OVER 20,000 CURIOSITIES I
While uhe Menagerie la noted for its many Won?
derful Specialties, in connection with which ls
CIRCUS IN THE WORLD!
AND NOW FOR
A WORD OF CAUTION.
B0OU8 ROBINSONS.-The Proprietors of Minia?
ture Cr?asses and Animal Shows have been com?
pelled to resort to au kinds of expedients to en?
able them to even pretend to compete with my
colossal comblnatlen; unrortanately for the
Public, among t&eae expedients are Deception
and Fraud I
In one or more instances a small show may be
travelling about the country, employing in some
capacity a man whose name ls ROBINSON, or who
CALLS HIMSELF ROBINSON,
and the exhibition, a minor charlatanlcal Circus
or Animal Show, or both, ls advertised and posted
This ls done with a direct intent to Defraud
and Deceive the Public. There ls bat one JOHN
ROBINSON, and bat one true exhibition la the
world that can properly bear blt name.
REMEMBER -This famed Show, with Its Ten
Mammoth Tenta and all Its many wonders, will
not visit Ca ar les ton nntll
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER 15 AND 10.
Admission to the Entire Combination 76 cents;
Children nnder io years of age 60 cents. octai-a
(Ellina, QTrockertj, &z.
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY,
AT THE OLD STAND,
KING STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET.
Toe Subscriber would respectfully inf rm tilg
friends and the public that hts .-.tock ls now com?
plete la CUIN v GLASS AND CROCKERY, Piala
white and Fanny Chioa. Glass and Face; cama
Goons, Lam ns Shade-. Ac, Ac. -
ooti0-th*iu3mo? K. tl Mc POWELL. Agent.
Sturts ano brunis inn g (SPOOOB.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
CHARLE?TON, 8. C.
8SS888 QP?1 TT'ft 883888
SsSSS Ovil I I O 83383
SSS Q_ . _ 888
88 STAR 88
si SHIRT sss
8888- . 8888
ssssss EMPORIUM ssssss
The Proprietor of. the above Establishment has
Just returned from New Yoi h with a new and
well selected Stock of the Celeorated
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
ALSO, A FINK ASS ORT MK NT OP
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flannel, Wool aod Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, Shirts and Drawers, all grades and all sizes.
English Merino and Conon Hair Hose.
Also, a full selection of the latest Novelties In
English Windsor Scarfs, Marqolse Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scarfs, Livingston Cravats,
Chancellor Scarfs, Bows aod Ties.
Gray's PAPKR COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HAIL.
Clo td in g and i'nrmsijmg ?coot.
MENKE & MULLER,
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIO TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS" FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
IFOR CUSTOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICES
[COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
19 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
pianos, ?rgans, &t.
Furnished at factory prlcea for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'OLENAHAN,
Plano and Musis store,
8ep8-4moa No. 191 King street.
(Cigars, Sobarco, $ft.
WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
Mo. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOOIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinda.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before baying else
WILLIAM SCHR?DER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
hand, invest 05 canta and try your lack.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & (iO
IVO. 375 KING STREET,
(BETWEEN BBAUFAIN AND WENTWORTH STS.
Have received and will offer on Monday, Octo?
ber inn, the largest and best selected stock or
CONSISTING OF :
10 pieces BLACK TAFFETA feILK, at $l-lowest
since thu war
20 pieces Black oros Grain, at $i 25, $1 60, fl 75
a dft-lowest sluce the war
10 pieces Gros Grain, at $2 60. $3 and (4
20 pieces of all tbe newest ?hades In Colored Silks
20 pleo s Striped and Fancy silks, Satins, Effing
20 pieces Black Velvetlnes, at 76o. and $1 60
20 pieces colored, for Trimming and uloaks
20 pieces Black and colored siix Velvets, at $3 60
10 pieces All Colors Silk Plush
A very One selected BWCK or Poplins. Mohairs and
Serges, from 26 to 4uc
A Inll Une of Empress cloth, from 60 cents np
All colors 27 Inch Irish Popnn, at fi 76 worth12 60
Full lines of Merinos, SateenB, Rep Valour and
Rep Fol s
A mil line or Poplins, from 20o. to 36c.
A complete line or Mourning Goods, Alpacas,
Bombazines, Crape Cloth, Empreaa and Henri?
CARPET AND UPH0LSTEBT DEPARTMENT.
As a special bargain, will forthla wrek offer :
20 pieces beBt INURAIN CARPET, for only f)6c,
I worth 86c.
10 pieces best Ingrain Carpet, at 76o., worth fl
10 pieces best Ingrain Carpet, at 860., worth fl 16
16 pieces best Ingrain Carpet, at fi, worth fi 86
60 pieces Kngilflh Crossely Brussels Tapestry,
at fl 60
A foll line of best English Body Brussels and Vel?
Rugs, Mats, Druggets, OH Cloth, Hutting, Ac.
A complete Une 01 Window shades, Lace Curtains
and other Curtain Material, Haircloth, Ter?
ries and Cornices.
Orders taken for all sizes or MIRRORS, from f 7
Mr. CLOT H WORTH T, an experienced Uphol?
sterer, bas charge or making and laying ad Car?
pets, and Utting shades and Upholstery Work.
We are the sole agents or the celebrated cn EIL
LET'S KID GLOVES-each pair guaranteed.
We have also received a tnll Hue of one, two
and three BnttonaiFrenoh Kids, which we offer
at fl-two Buttons, fl 36-best selection ever
brought to this city.
CLOTH AND FLANNEL DEPARTMENT,
1 The largest and best selected stock In this city,
cousis lng or best PRESCH. ENGLISH, GERMAN
AND BELGIAN CLOTH", Beavers, Doeskins, Cas
slmeres, Diagonals, Coatings, Vestlugs-all In
A foll Une of Do IKS' ic Casslmeres, Jeans, Sati?
nets, Tweeds and Linings of aU kinds.
Merchants and Tallon are invited to Inspect
this stock. We can guarantee a saving of ten per
oeut. on New York prices.
A complete assortment of ALL WOOL FLAN?
NELS, snaker and Opera Flannels, Cloaking and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
An excellent and complete stock of WHITE
SHIRTS, all sises, best mates. DnrabUlty guaran?
The celebrated DIAMOND SHIRT.
A fnll Une or Foreign and Domestic UNDER?
WEAR, Collars, Suspenders, Half Hose, Ac, which
will be sold at factory prices.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS AND MILLINERY
(IK CHAROS OF LADIES EMPLOYED.)
We have received a fnU line of LADIES UNDER?
WEAR, consisting of all qualities of CEKMISES,
Skirts, Night Shuts, Merino Underve ts, Drawers,
Also, a One Stock Of INFANTS' ROBE3, Hoods,
Ribbona.Hose, Gloves, Ties, Bows, Belts, Satch?
els, Flowers, Plumes, Feathers, Hats, Ac-all in
Our SHAWL, BLANKET, LINEN AND DOMES
TIO DEPARTMENTS are now complete, and all
arricies wLl be sold at the very lowest New York
Our WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT contnlns aU I
classes of DRY ANO FANCY GOODS, a full lire
or MILLINERY GOOD*, Ac. and we oirer tbe
same as low as any New York Jobbing House,
having great advantage In purchasing our Goods.
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
Nc 276 Ring street.
J. R READ & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORT?
MENT OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
DRESS GOODS OF ALL KINDS, A FULL
REAL AND IMITATION LACES AND EM?
LACE GOODS OF ALL KIND3.
HARRIS'S SEAMLESS KID GLOVES,
With a great variety or other Kid Gloves.
BEAVER GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS.
SILK AND THREAD GLOVES.
SOAPS, EXTRACTS, BBUSHES, Ac, &C.
AVEBY FULL AND HANDSOME STOCK
SHAWLS AND COVERINGS
OF ALL KINDS FOR FALL AND WINTER
WE ARB RECEIVING NEW GOODS RY
J. R. READ & CO.
initierai Sperm ?il.
THE NEW DISCOVERY,
MIN?RAL SPERM OIL.
This OIL ls perfectly non-explosive, will not
Ignite at 800 degrees Fahrenheit, and ls entirely
cdorless. For railroad cars, steamers and dwell?
ing houses ls invaluable
Recommended by the Board of Underwriters,
Steamboat Inspectors, President of Chamber
of commerce and Captains of Steamers
trading to this port, and by hundreds
of families wno are now
using lt in the olty.
Is more brilliant than Kerosene, Lighthouse or
other Explosive Oils IDOW io use,
OIL BCR ERS AND CHIUNIES at wholesale
and retail by DOUGLAS A MILLER,
Sole Agents for the State of South Carolina.
Dealers in Paints, O ls. Glass Ac, Ac,
No. 03 East Bay, sooth of Pnsroffice,
oct7-lmo Charleston, S. O.
VAN DEDSEN'S WORM CONFECTIONS
(Made or Pare santonlne )
Pleasant, reliable and effectual; has stood the
test or many years.
For sale wholesale and Retail by
DR. H. BARR, Nc 181 Mee Ung street.
SIMMONS HEPATIC COMPOUND, OR LIVER CURE,
FOR ALL DERANGEMENTS OF THE LIVER, SKIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BOWELS.
i"~ Pn* np ,n ll<luM ?0T- alrpady prepared for immediate nae, saving time and trouble, and inanr
lngapropt-rpr.-pinloaof each valu-ibleiogTPdlenr.. . . .
?^-J?.'Si'?h? ndh ??D?" '""ton. it rem ves the bile from ?he system It Imparta tone and
K??fi& K J, .wliuie.rrame' 11 81T tne llver a healthy character and restores the sinking ?nd
????!?? n-V0 ?eaJ "1an<1 8t eu?lb Tnl9 Medicine has heen tried by thousands and never found
W"TJ. g,r, u?f,?r '?8 ,l,flae"ce ^ face win hive the bloom of health, the eye its lustre, the brain its
power, it will lnvlgoiare the feeble, and prove the greatest blessing to those who suffer.
Try lt for yonxselv s and you wm recommend lt to your friends!
FOI SALE BY DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS EVERYWHERE. '
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
KING A BOSBOROUQH, Waldo, Florida, ProprKa"*^ CHAR^^?os
imbmave, ftgricnlmral 3mp:*mtttte, Ut.
HART & CO.
Are AGENTS For
AVEEY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $15 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
prioe $15 25.
We have also a Fall Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERT & SONS, as well as
ALSO A FULL LIN E OF
FAIRBANK S SCALES.
BURDICH'S HAT AND FODDER CUTTER. 3
W 3 are also in Receipt of a Full Line of
SWEDES IRON, HOES,
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES,
HOOP IRON, NAILS,
PLOUGH STEEL, ROPE,
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS,
MILL STONES, PISTOLS,
BEST FISH LINES,
HART Ac O O .,
39 Hayiie Street, and Corner of Kine; and Market.
oo tl-'nt ns Die CHARLESTON, B. C.
Guaranteed Capital.. 500,000
Deposited with State
Comptroller a, for
Security of Policy?
OF MACON, GA.
W. B. JOHNSTON, President.
W.S. HOLT, vice-President.
GEO. S. OBEAR, Secretary.
J. w. BURKE, General Agent.
j. M ERO KR GREEN, IL D., Med?
W. J. MAGILL, Superintendent of
CF. MOO AY, Actuary..
WILSON GLOVER, AGENT,
Of Ice of Messrs. L., D. Mowry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
MB. WILSON GLOVER, Agent for the above safe and popular Company, ls prepared to take Risks
In any part of the State on the most satisfactory terms, as will appear by examining the several
Tables and Rates offered by the Company, and of whloh the speotal features are:
1. Policies not Forfeltable.
2. No Reit tr lot lona as to Residence or Travelling.
3. Dividends declared and paid annually after second year.
4. Policies paid within sixty days after death.
6. One-third premium loaned when deatred. _ __
J. W. PARKER,
aog24-?tuDAC3mns GENERAL AGENT FOR NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
?louee, pogietrj, cgf. <,
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FROM ONI TO BIZ BUTTONS.
Black, TTE it e, Light, Mod e and Dark. All the new
fancy colors to matea the prevailing shades
or Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE A CO.,
SOLE AGENT FOB THE UNITED STATES.
No. 88 HASEL STREET,
IS NOW BECEIVING A NEW SUPPLY OF
ALL KINDS OF
And la selling at bis nsaally low prices which have
gained Tor bim each a very liberal patronage, boil:
in city and Coon try. Try bim, yon will go again,
He ia >ele Agent Tor tbe
"WAKEFIELD" EARTH CLOSET,
Tbe only one which dam claim to give satis
Qo to "WHITE'S" ror-yoor FURNITURE ls tn<
word all over tbe state. ootfrratblmo
auction SttletwOii* Step
Bf WH. McKAY.
ON ACCOUNT OP ALL CONCERNED,
win sell -Tai^DAY, av.iiii:8sdsBTOom, No.
46 Wentworth street, ac 10 o'clock. 3 barram
GLUE, 1 Bice C alu vat or, 4 ke?s Nails, Candles,
Boue and a lot of sundry Dry Gooda. Terms
caa h._: , ... - poO>
By W. Y. LEITCH AB. S. BBUNS,
BR?SSEL AND INGRAIN C?BPETS,
Will 06 SOld at Auction THIS MOBNTNO. the
24th, at oar office, No. ss Broad street; at hair
past io o'clock. r
1 BODY BR?SSEL CARPET, 1 Ingrain Carpet,
l Lounge, Washstand, Table and other ameles o?
Terms cash. oct?
By SAMUEL C. BLACK.
SULPHURIC ACID AND SUPEBPHOS
PH ATE Company-Stock at Auction.
THIS DAY, the 24 tn Instant, will be sold at
east end of Broad Street, at ll o'clock A. IC, -
60 ?bares Sulphuric Add and Superphosphate
C. G. Memmlnger, Esq., ts President of trna
Company, and Messrs. w. c. Bee A Go* Agents;
This steck ls offered ex-Dividend. . :,
Terms cash._ octti
Stttction 5aitB~~Sntnte fliogt.
By WK McKAY.
pi OVEBNMENT SALE OF QUARTER
VT MASTER'S PKOPERTY.-Will kel TO-MOB
ROW, Fr day at his Salesroom, No. ?Wentworth
street,atioo'clook, ARMY LVKKCOATS. Iniantry
Coats and Jackets, Officers' India Rubber over
coan and Sacks. Blankets, 1280 Corn Sack", 18
Stoves, sundry artioies Quartermaster and Com?
missary Stores, Ac Terms cash on nay of sale.
Drago at iDrjoleeaU.
SIGNALS OF DANGEB.-DISEASE?
like the rattlesnake, usually gives lair,warn?
ing before lt strikes. A falflng appetite, a furred
tongne, nansea, headache, went of proper act lon
In the bowels, feverishness, lassitude, nervous?
ness and uneasy feeling in the stomach. Aa, ar?
all symptomatic or a coming attack ot indiges?
tion, biliousness, colic, fever, or some: other foal:
ttve form or disease. Ween thus menaced, resort
immediately to - "' .
Tamma's HlTerresMiitSeltsenr A perlest,
and thus avert the attack. Acting simultaneous?
ly upon the digestive organs,, the liver, the': bow?
els and the nerves, this 'refreshing and agreeable
alterative wUl soon restore the system to irs nor?
mal condition of Health, regularity und Vigor.
Sold by aU druggists._ -r octK-13
This unrivalled Medicine la warranted not to
contain a single particle or Mercury, or any In?
jurious mineral substance,- butts
For forty years it has proved its great valne in
all diseases of the Liver, Bowels ano Kidneys.
Thousands or the good and great la all parts ofv
the country vouch for Irs wonderful and peculiar
power in purifying the Blood, eUmulattngJivOi
t< rpld Liver and Bowels, and Imparting DTW lite r>
ana vigor to the wbole system, SIMMONS'S
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have,
no equal aa a . . .
? LITER MEDICINE.
It contains fdur medical dementa never united1
In the same happy proportion In any other pre?
paration, viz: a aentle Cathartic a wonderful
Tonio, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective or all Impurities or the body,
such signal success has attended Its asa that lt ls ;
now regarded aa the , . .. .
CREAT UNFA HING SPECIFIC
tor Liver Complaint and the' painful offspring'
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation. Jaun?
dice, Billons attacks, Sick Headache, cono. De?
pression of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Barn,
ic. ac - ** ? '
Regulate the Liver and prevent ' I
CHILLS AND. FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR' m
Is manufactured only by
J. H ZEIL-INA CO., :. .
? Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia^
PRICE-ft per package; sent by mall postase
paid, $i 25. Prepared ready* for nae m hotties,.
* For sale by P. WTNBMAN & 00. .
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
aa" Beware of all counterfeits and imita?
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER?
' " Wig
six via sranias, NIAS OOALA, FIA.,I ?? .
March i,i87i: . f u
MESSES. Down, Mors? A DAVIS, CHABUSTON,
S.^Dear8rrs; iwigd^PBWi AND
AQTJE PILLS aa a certain cure, and a blessing to
all living m the malarious districts of tbe ?oath,
an* particularly in the everglades of oar state
KnfosTBja, S.o., December St 1810.
tts H. v Moms CHARLiflTON, s. C-Dear mn
i b?eMased your FBVEK AND' AOOEPIUS rn
my practice this lau, and have never m theflist..
Knee railed to relieve my patienta. I hara
wwfrequent calls In my WT>*%?2&& ?
I always recommend them, and with the.happiest.
resum? I wish that you may have tnaa*u*fao- ?
thin of knowing that your "Fever and Ag?.
Pius" have relieved many under m? trea?mont,
when other medidaea that I have tr^l^ve-,
railed to do. Tours, respectfully.- . '
J. S. EROOKlNGTDN, M. D. -
MaaoAXUBB, Ba?NwaLL DIST., S. C., X
-. jQlyia^WTL )
Ma. B. F. Mona-Dear Slr:' in reply to year
question as^o what bas bean the success of youx ;
FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, that h ve been sold
by us, we would say aa tar as we
havegtven satire satisfaction. We shall continue
to recommend them. ?..
1900 Yours, reapeotrully, ,
W. T. BLANTON A SON.
NBAS GUBEN POKO, S. f C R. B, 1
Novemoer ll, 1870. h
as they have Eg required, and to no
e^e?^Ue?ne^^^ it ls W tare;
^?mceluaedthem. B K#WIIjSW '
- Y0Q?*;D n.PfYT N E. R. H.. Sept. 1?, 18TL
?vS * DAvm-alrB: I am un
nr?SS h^alMaost as fastas 1 ca^.lt?erirrg
S*SS??3S??Sr STcttoata diseases, I took
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGOK PILLS, agreeable to
?Vi^ona and lind them the nest medicine 1
^?eftakea, and they have made a complete
cure of Ohuis and Fever on me, and my case was
o*6 ef ?" wor8Yenr humble servant.
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY,
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain no artemia or pol*onou*Jlng?
dienm of .any kind-nothing in the least, degree
-and may be aaminlBtered wita perfect safety
toT^ey?efeVfail to rare the most obstinate case
when taken as directed;